Meet Jamie N. Pearson: I Translate Research Into Strategies To Support All Children’s Needs
"African American and Latino children with autism spectrum disorder have faced disparities in diagnoses and equitable access to services," says the assistant professor of special education. "My commitment to equity in special education stems from my passion for helping families address these disparities."
Meet Crystal Chen Lee: Critical Care for Self, Community & World is a Foundation for Learning Practices
"I chose the NC State College of Education because I find the collaborative and innovative environment at NC State as one that advances issues of diversity, access and social justice, a stance that I have embraced from a high school English teacher to a doctoral candidate," says the assistant professor of English education.
How to Enhance Learning Over the Summer
A group from the NC State College of Education spent six weeks in June, July and August working to prevent summer learning loss among children in East Durham -- and learning how to be effective teachers.
In Namibia, Student Learns How to Teach Tech Skills Without Internet Access
Student Madison Weidner volunteered in Namibia this summer, and it’s helping her become a more culturally competent educator.
Alumna Wins Fulbright Award, Headed to Netherlands for Research Study Inspired by Students
Adrienne Berg ’15 MED will use her Fulbright Distinguished Award in Teaching to research the Dutch approach to sex education in schools.
Ellen Storey Vasu to Retire After 34 Years with College of Education
The associate dean for academic affairs talks with ced.ncsu.edu about what she will miss (and won’t miss) about working with the College of Education.
#NCStateCEDSummer | How Culture and Education Interact in the Big Easy
Eight undergraduate College of Education students went on a cultural immersion trip to New Orleans to see how culture influences public education and understand how Hurricane Katrina affected local schools.
College Hosting Beginning Teacher Institute July 11-13; Applications Being Accepted
Teachers in the first three years of their career can receive free professional development from experienced educators to help them prepare for the new school year at the Beginning Teacher Institute July 11-13.
330 New Alumni Encouraged to Never Forget Why They Chose Education
The 330 students who graduated from the College of Education Saturday, May 13, will engage daily with the most pressing issues facing society -- and touch the lives of thousands of children and families and transform entire schools and communities.
Education Council Honors 16 Students with Spotlight Awards
The Education Council recognized students for their hard work and dedication during an awards ceremony April 5.